How to Create a Cosy Autumn Evening in 2020

As the weather starts to cool down from summer, it can be a bit of an adjustment getting used to the colder weather in autumn. For this reason, it’s a good idea to have some fun plans up your (longer sleeves) to help make the most of this seasonal change.

In this post, we will explore 5 of the many ways to create a cosy autumn evening.

5 ideas for creating a cosy autumn evening

1. Cook a delicious meal

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As the weather starts to change, what you want to eat will change too. Now that the leaves are falling around you, it might be time to whip out some more hearty recipes. How about creating a lovely intimate dinner by putting on a slow roast that will cook in the oven and make the house smell lovely all day? If you’re vegetarian or vegan, how about a lovely lentil curry?

With upcoming holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas, this could also be the time to test out some new recipes to show off to all of your family when you see them! Of course, depending on where you live, this can be the ideal time to take advantage of some autumn seasonal foods like pumpkin, especially if you’re a Starbucks fan!

Alt tag: Autumn leaves scattered next to a woollen sweater, book and cup of tea with lemon

2. Host a games night

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Games nights are fun to host at any time of the year, but as people start to want to spend more time inside, one idea to create a cosy autumn evening is to have a games night with your partner or family.

How about putting on a big chunky sweater and whipping out some of the old board games, or even trying your hand at some canasta? Of course, there are so many online games out there too, including bingo. All you need to do is to search for an online bingo site to learn more.

3. Listen to music

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Of course, we listen to music all the time, on our phones while we are on the subway or walking down the street, but when last did you dedicate an entire evening just to listening to music? This can be a great way to enjoy spending more time indoors.

Perhaps there is a favorite album that you like to listen to with your partner or family? Or, why not use a music programme like Spotify and get it to play songs on shuffle or radio so you can find some new music? Who knows, you might even find an autumn-themed playlist or song to suit your mood!

4. Light some candles

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Candles are always appropriate, but even more so when the weather is starting to get cold and you want to bring some more warmth into your home. If you have a fireplace, this also might be the time to get a fire going!

If not, light some candles around the house to get that feel-good glow, whether it’s on the dinner table or even around a bubble bath. If you’d like to make things cosier, why not turn off the lights and enjoy the candlelight and a good face-to-face conversation? What could be cosier than that!

5.Have an autumn movie marathon

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Depending on where you live in the world, it can be quite an adjustment to move from warmer to cooler weather, so why not make this process more fun by watching some fun autumn movies one evening? As Halloween falls around autumn, why not have a Halloween movie night marathon, or watch some autumn themed movies?

Some ideas include Autumn in New York, Love Story and Mona Lisa Smile. For Halloween buffs who don’t like anything too scary, take a look at Hocus Pocus, Shaun of the Dead, Beetlejuice and Young Frankenstein.

Final thoughts on creating the cosiest autumn evening

In the list above, we’ve given just a handful of ideas on how to have the cosiest autumn evening. From cooking and playing games like bingo, to listening to music, lighting candles and having a seasonal movie marathon, there are so many things to choose from!

If the list above isn’t enough, why not put on some autumn themed music, light a candle and brainstorm some more ideas?

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